Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management (GLSCM) Minor

Effective Supply Chain Management requires the integrated management of the set of value-added activities from product development through material procurement from vendors and manufacturing and distribution of the good to the final customer. Global Logistics is one of the sectors designated by the State of New York as critical to the economic development of Western New York.

MGT 325 or MGT 336 are prerequisites for many of the elective courses and should be completed by the end of the junior year.

Required Courses
MKT 201Principles of Marketing3
MGT 336Production/Operations Management (Management Majors) 13
or MGT 325 Operations Analysis for Business
MGT 440Global Supply Chain Management 23
or MKT 478 Global Logistics
Minor Elective Courses
Select two of the following:6
Sustainability and Supply Chains
Strategic Sourcing
Global Supply Chain Management 2
Global Logistics
Doing Business in Latin America (or some other "Doing Business in..." course offered by the business school.)
Accounting Information Systems
Enterprise Systems
Internship in Global Supply Chain Management
Total Credits15

Management majors complete MGT 336; non-management majors complete MGT 325


Students completing both MGT 440 and MKT 478 may count one of those courses as an elective.

Students in the GLSCM minor are expected to become members of the Canisius Chapter of APICS — The Association of Operations Management. Non-business majors must take MGT 101 and ECO 255 or MAT 105 prior to beginning the program.